Brian A. Falconer, PE, SE, SECB, LEED AP


Brian Falconer started with Severud Associates in 1990 and became a principal of the firm 17 years later. His architectural engineering education and extensive professional experience have enabled him to master an array of structural systems and materials and develop a deep understanding of his clients’ visions. Brian’s large portfolio of cutting-edge projects includes redevelopment of 390 Madison Avenue, a mid-rise office building, and conversion of the historic James A. Farley post office building into Moynihan Station, both in New York City. His other notable projects include the Krishna P. Singh Center for Nanotechnology at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts at the University of Chicago, Illinois. Brian is active in the profession as a chair of the New York City-International Building Code (NYC-IBC) Review Committee Masonry Panel, a member of the NYC-IBC Structural Committee and Seismic Panel, and a member of the Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) Seismic Effects and Structural Fire Protection Standards committees. He is also a past president of the Structural Engineers Association of New York (SEAoNY).

Brian is certified by the Structural Engineering Certification Board (SECB), licensed as a structural engineer in Illinois and Nevada, and licensed as a professional engineer in New York and three other states. He earned a Bachelor of Science in architectural engineering from the University of Kansas in Lawrence and a Master of Science in civil engineering from the University of Texas, Austin.